A creative initiative from The Salvation Army Education and Employment service is helping rebuild infrastructure in Christchurch, while assisting people to rebuild their lives.
185 people died as a result of the 6.3 magnitude earthquake that struck Christchurch on 22 February 2011. BBuildings were destroyed, livelihoods lost and entire communities fractured. But this is a tragedy that also saw people rally to help and support one another.
General André Cox shares his vision for a Christ-centred Army that practices what it preaches from the top leadership down.
Stan Walker shares his imperfect journey of faith with Hayden Shearman.
Asenaca Kalou of Fiji, describes her journey with God as an uphill climb, where the ascension has both been challenging yet rewarding.
A quietly-spoken Southland farmer, Andrew Sim grew up in the country life. After he met his wife, Darrylann, they both embarked on journeys that would lead them to one place and one person: a child lying in a manger.
A trek in the mountains of Nepal became life-threatening after Salvation Army officer Ian Hutson was among a group that became lost near Mera Peak.
Christine and Karl Foreman are proof that opposites attract. Thye also bring together abilities and passions as an awesome force in God’s hands.
As a ‘classified coloured’ boy growing up in Apartheid South Africa, a passion for justice was imprinted on Gregory Fortuin. Now he has joined The Salvation Army to fight for justice ‘one person at a time’.